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Taylor's clinical nursing skills : a nursing process approach

Author: Pamela Lynn; Carol Taylor; Marilee LeBon
Publisher: Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : CD for computer   Computer File : English : 3rd ed., international edView all editions and formats
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Synopsis: This heavily illustrated and clearly written text details over 185 basic and advanced skills, and is specifically designed to correspond with Taylor's Fundamentals of Nursing, Seventh Edition for a consistent teaching/learning experience. The procedures and skills are outlined in a step-by-step manner that follows the nursing process format (with rationales), and includes documentation guidelines and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Pamela Lynn; Carol Taylor; Marilee LeBon
ISBN: 9781609133719 1609133714 9780781795180 0781795184 9780781793841 078179384X
OCLC Number: 649795868
Notes: Title on suppl.: Skill checklists for Taylor's clinical nursing skills / Pamela Lynn ; edited by Marilee LeBon.
Title on DVD-ROM: Student resource DVD-ROM for Taylor's clinical nursing skills : a nursing process approach. 3rd ed.
Description: xvi, 1005 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm + 1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.) + Suppl. (xii, 392 pages)
Contents: Unit 1: Actions Basic To Nursing Care: --
Vital signs: --
Assessing body temperature --
Monitoring temperature using an overhead radiant warmer --
Using a cooling blanket --
Assessing a peripheral pulse palpation --
Assessing the apical pulse by auscultation --
Assessing respiration --
Assessing brachial artery blood pressure --
Health assessment: --
Performing a general survey --
Using a bed scale --
Assessing the skin, hair, and nails --
Assessing the head and neck --
Assessing the thorax and lungs --
Assessing the cardiovascular system --
Assessing the abdomen --
Assessing the neurologic, musculoskeletal, and peripheral vascular systems --
Safety: --
Fall prevention --
Implementing alternatives to the use of restraints --
Applying an extremity restraint --
Applying a waist restraint --
Applying an elbow restraint --
Applying mummy restraint --
Asepsis And Infection Control: --
Performing hand hygiene using soap and water (handwashing) --
Performing hand hygiene using an alcohol-based hand rub --
Preparing a sterile field using a packaged sterile drape --
Preparing a sterile field using a commercial prepared sterile kit or tray --
Adding sterile items to a sterile field --
Putting on sterile gloves and removing soiled gloves --
Using personal protective equipment --
Medications: --
Administering oral medications --
Administering medications via a gastric tube --
Removing medication from an ampule --
Removing medication from a vial --
Mixing medications from two vials in one syringe --
Administering an intradermal injection --
Administering a subcutaneous injection --
Administering an intramuscular injection --
Administering continuous subcutaneous infusion: applying an insulin pump --
Administering medications by intravenous bolus or push through an intravenous infusion --
Administering a piggyback intermittent intravenous infusion of medication --
Administering an intermittent intravenous infusion of medication via a mini-infusion pump --
Administering an intermittent intravenous infusion of medication via a volume-control administration set --
Introducing drugs through a medication or drug-infusion lock (intermittent peripheral venous access device) using the saline flush --
Applying a transdermal patch --
Instilling eye drops --
Administering an eye irrigation --
Instilling ear drops --
Administering an ear irrigation --
Instilling nose drops --
Administering a vaginal cream --
Administering a rectal suppository --
Administering medication via a metered-dose inhaler (MDI) --
Administering medication via a small-volume nebulizer --
Administering mediation via a dry powder inhaler --
Preoperative Nursing: --
Providing preoperative patient care: hospitalized patient --
Deep breathing exercises, coughing, and splinting --
Leg exercises --
Providing preoperative patient care: hospitalized patient (day of surgery) --
Providing postoperative care when patient returns to room --
Applying a forced-air warming device --
Unit 2: Promoting Healthy Physiologic Responses: --
Hygiene --
Giving a bed bath --
Assisting the patient with oral care --
Providing oral care for the dependent patient --
Providing denture care --
Removing contact lenses --
Shampooing a patient's hair in bed --
Assisting the patient to shave --
Making an unoccupied bed --
Making a occupied bed --
Skin integrity and wound care: --
Cleaning a wound and applying a dry, sterile dressing --
Applying a saline-moistened dressing --
Applying a hydrocolloid dressing --
Performing irrigation of a wound --
Collecting a wound culture --
Applying Montgomery straps --
Caring for a Penrose drain --
Caring for a t-tube drain --
Caring for a Jackson-Pratt drain --
Caring for a Hemovac drain --
Applying negative pressure wound therapy --
Removing sutures --
Removing surgical staples --
Applying an external heating pad --
Applying a warm compress --
Assisting with a sitz bath --
Applying cold therapy. Activity: --
Assisting a patient with turning in bed --
Moving a patient up in bed with the assistance of another nurse --
Transferring a patient from the bed to a stretcher --
Transferring a patient from the bed to a chair --
Transferring a patient using a powered bull-body sling life --
Providing range-of motion exercises --
Assisting a patient with ambulation --
Assisting a patient with ambulation using a walker --
Assisting a patient with ambulation using crutches --
Assisting a patient with ambulation using a cane --
Applying and removing antiembolism stockings --
Applying pneumatic compression devices --
Applying a continuous passive motion device --
Applying a sling --
Applying a figure-eight bandage --
Assisting with cast application --
Caring for a cast --
Applying skin traction and caring for a patient in skin traction --
Caring for a patient in skeletal traction --
Caring for a patient with an external fixation device --
Comfort: --
Promoting patient comfort --
Giving a back massage --
Applying and caring for a patient using a TENS unit --
Caring for a patient receiving patient-controlled analgesia --
Caring for a patient receiving epidural analgesia --
Caring for a patient receiving continuous wound perfusion pain management --
Nutrition: --
Assisting a patient with eating --
Inserting a nasogastric (NG) tube --
Administering a tube feeding --
Removing a nasogastric tube --
Caring for a gastrostomy tube --
Urinary elimination: --
Assisting with use of a bedpan --
Assisting with the use of a urinal --
Assisting with the use of a bedside commode --
Assessing bladder volume using an ultrasound bladder scanner --
Applying an external condom catheter --
Catheterizing the female urinary bladder --
Catheterizing the male urinary bladder --
Removing an indwelling catheter --
Performing intermittent closed catheter irrigation --
Administering a continuous closed bladder irrigation --
Emptying and changing a stoma appliance on an lldeal conduit --
Caring for a suprapubic urinary catheter --
Caring for a peritoneal dialysis catheter --
Caring for a hemodialysis access (arteriovenous fistula or graft) --
Bowel elimination: --
Administering a large-volume cleansing enema --
Administering a small-volume cleansing enema --
Administering a retention enema --
Digital removal of stool --
Applying a fecal incontinence pouch --
Changing and emptying an ostomy appliance --
Irrigating a colostomy --
Irrigating a nasogastric tube connected to suction --
Oxygenation: --
Using a pulse oximeter --
Teaching patient to sue an incentive spirometer --
Administering oxygen by nasal cannula --
Administering oxygen by mask --
Using an oxygen tent --
Suctioning the nasopharyngeal and oropharyngeal airways --
Inserting an oropharyngeal airway --
Suctioning an endotracheal tube; open system --
Suctioning an endrotracheal tube: closed system --
Securing an endotracheal tube --
Suctioning the tracheostomy: open system --
Providing tracheostomy care --
Providing care of a chest drainage system --
Assisting with removal of a chest tube --
Using a handheld resuscitation bag and mask --
Fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance: --
Initiating a peripheral venous access IV infusion --
Changing an IV solution container and administration set --
Monitoring an IV site and infusion --
Changing a peripheral venous access dressing --
Capping for intermittent use and flushing a peripheral venous access device --
Administering a blood transfusion --
Changing the dressing and flushing central venous access devices --
Accessing an implanted port --
Deaccessing an implanted port --
Removing a peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) --
Cardiovascular care: --
Obtaining an electrocardiogram (ECG) --
Applying a cardiac monitor --
Obtaining an arterial blood sample from an arterial line-stopcock system --
Removing arterial and femoral lines --
Performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) --
Performing emergency automated external defibrillation --
Performing emergency manual external defibrillation (asynchronous) --
Using an external (transcutaneous) pacemaker --
Neurologic care: --
Logrolling a patient --
Applying a two-piece cervical collar --
Employing seizure precautions and seizure management --
Caring for a patient in halo traction --
Caring for a patient with an external ventriculostomy (intraventricular catheter-closed fluid filled system) --
Caring for a patient with a fiber optic intracranial catheter --
Laboratory specimen collection: --
Testing stool for occult blood --
Collecting a stool specimen for culture --
Obtaining a capillary blood sample for glucose testing --
Obtaining a nasal swab --
Obtaining a nasopharyngeal swab --
Collecting a sputum specimen for culture --
Collecting a urine specimen (clean catch, midstream) for urinalysis and culture --
Obtaining a urine specimen from an indwelling urinary catheter --
Using venipuncture to collect a venous blood sample for routine testing --
Obtaining a venous bloods specimen for culture and sensitivity --
Obtaining an arterial blood specimen for blood gas analysis --
Unit 3: Integrated Case Studies: --
Part 1: Basic case studies --
Part 2: Intermediate case studies --
Part 3: Advanced case studies --
Index.
Other Titles: Skill checklists for Taylor's clinical nursing skills.
Student resource DVD-ROM for Taylor's clinical nursing skills.
Clinical nursing skills
Responsibility: Pamela Lynn.

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